How to get Steve Miller Band Shoreline Amphitheater Tickets.
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More about Steve Miller Band.
The son of a music-loving doctor, Miller had a childhood that any musician would envy: world-class instrumentalists such as Les Paul, Red Norvo,Tal Farlow and Charlie Mingus would often drop by to visit his father while performing in the Milwaukee area. "They'd just arrive and eat and hang out on a Sunday afternoon," Miller has said, "I saw the admiration my dad had for them, and it seemed like musicians were just the neatest citizens of all." By the time he was 12, his family had moved to Dallas and Miller had shaped his first blues band, the Marksmen Combo, soon to comprise later Miller Band stalwart Boz Scaggs.
The pair sustained to be band mates while attending college at the University of Wisconsin, where Miller led local blues-rock combo the Ardells in the early '60s. Following a short period as a student at the University of Copenhagen, Miller returned to the States and enthused to Chicago, where he spent almost three years playing blues guitar and jamming with some of the Windy City's superlative blues talent. He briefly formed a group with keyboardist Barry Goldberg, later of the Electric Flag.
Miller returned in 1993 with Wide River, the first song of his career on a label other than Capitol. After long thoughts and hard about his experience in the record industry, Steve Miller finally decided to sign with Polydor. "The deal I made with my record corporation was that I required the highest royalties they'd ever paid any living being being in the world, I wanted complete creative control, and I didn't desire a penny up front," Miller remarked at the time. "I'm lucky now, I don't need the cash up front but a lot of bands do, to get started. And that's when they have to give all up."